- University of Notre Dame
- Assistant Professor of Systematic Theology
- Affiliation During NDIAS Fellowship: University of Cambridge
- Pampusch Scholar, Residential Fellow (2015-2016)
- "Memory and the Whole Christ: Augustine and the Psalms"
Kevin Grove is a priest of the Congregation of Holy Cross and assistant professor of systematic theology at the University of Notre Dame. Grove completed his Ph.D. in Philosophical Theology at the University of Cambridge in 2015. After a semester of post-doctoral research at L’Institut Catholique of Paris, Grove joined the NDIAS for the 2015-2016 academic year. He began his current post with the Theology Department at Notre Dame in fall 2016. A systematic theologian, his scholarship focuses on Christology, memory, St. Augustine, and the history and spirituality of Blessed Basil Moreau.
Grove has been invited to present his research in international contexts including England, Belgium, Poland, Malta, and France, in addition to the United States. The forthcoming publications from his research will appear from presses Ashgate, Brepols, LIT-Verlag, Verlag Friedrich Pustet, and the University of Notre Dame. Grove is also the co-editor of Basil Moreau: Essential Writings (2014) as well a regular writer of academic book reviews.
During Grove’s graduate studies, he was a member of Trinity College, Cambridge as well as a Gates Cambridge Scholar. He was the Rev. John Zahm, CSC, lecturer at the University of Portland for 2014. In addition to his academic activities, he served as Assistant Roman Catholic Chaplain to the University of Cambridge during his studies. Now as a member of the Notre Dame community, Grove is a priest and faculty member in residence in Dunne Hall and a chaplain to the faculty.